Monday, October 26, 2020

Sunday, October 18, 2020

My 17th birthday, preparing to serve those who need and want my help.

Embed from Getty Images MAY 8 1965__Denver Post. "Crusaders Plan Retreat." The Order of Crusades, a leadership fraternity composed of young men from 15 Denver area high schools, will hold its annual retreat Friday through Sunday. The group will observe the 750th anniversary of the signing of the Magana Carta. In photo, Ben T. Weaver, left, 1665 Albion St., who claims direct descendancy from two of the baron* who signed the document, shows a framed copy to John S. Wren, 18, 2330 S. Monroe St., a recent graduate of Thomas Jefferson High School and member (and Chancellor Commander) of the fraternity. Weekend retreat will be at Foss Park, Indian Hills. Credit: Denver Post (Denver Post via Getty Images) Note to Getty: Thanks for the 30-day loan of this from your online service. If there is interest we may auction this as a fundraising event for the Small Business Chamber of Commerce, Inc. If you want it returned sooner, or if there is any other notice that should be posted with it, please call me immediately. Thank you. John Wren (303)861-1447

Never startup alone!

Wednesday, October 14, 2020

CDC Report: Deaths in Excess in Time of Corona Virus:

 

Best way to put Covid-19 deaths into perspective, in my opinion. How many more deaths than we expected?

Saturday, October 10, 2020

John S Wren, MBA+Personal Processing-- Robert Langs' Self-Analysis Made Simple

John S Wren, MBA+++ Life's short, start now!: Personal Processing-- Robert Langs' Self-Processin...: Friend,  Doing this seems to help me, so I want to share it with you. I’m not a medical or religious professional. This is my experience: I ...

New! I work exclusively for members of Small Business Chamber of Commerce, Inc.

John S Wren, Founder, President, and CEO.
Small Business Chamber of Commerce, Inc.
+Education to Strengthen the Grassroots+
1881 Buchtel Blvd, #501, Denver, CO 80210
www.SmallBizChamber.org  T @IDEACafe 

14th Annual Ben Franklin/ Martin Luther King 
Birthday Party/Annual Meeting, Monday after 1/17.

2020 Membership is free, join to generate publicity for the work you do:
1) "Visit Group" on our FB Page www.Facebook.com then SmallBizChamber; 
2) post an introduction, you and what you do, sorry no corporate memberships; 
3) share what you've posted with Facebook friends, encourage them to join.
4) Most important: call, tell me what you've done and how I may help you. 
I'll get back with you, it may not be right away but I will call 24/7 (303)861-1447. 

Friday, October 09, 2020

IMPORTANT: Watch and Share. Electoral College.

Another video about the electoral college.

Why we have the Electoral College and what we can each do about it.

We are hearing a lot of attacks on the United States and our government right now, many of them well deserved. One topic that is confusing to a lot of people is the electoral college, I found this very helpful and you and your friends might find it helpful too, take a look now: https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/B08H6KH9QV/ref=atv_dl_rdr?autoplay=1

Tuesday, October 06, 2020

Personal Processing-- Robert Langs' Self-Processing Made Simple.



Friend, 


Doing this seems to help me, so I want to share it with you. I’m not a medical or religious professional. This is my experience: I hope this might help you, and I welcome your comments and any results you get from using this meditation. Send to:

John S.Wren

1881 Buchtel Blvd. #501

Denver, Colorado.80210



 For more about the roots of what I now call Personal PrOcessing see: Robert Langs, Empowered Psychotherapy—Teaching Self Processing; The Daydream Workbook; and Fundamentals of Adaptive Psychotherapy and Counseling.I’ve also found helpful  Richard Rohr, Breathing Underwater. James Martin, Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything.UK Jesuits’ daily mediations Pray-As-You-Go.org, and the Jesuits at Jesuit Retreat House, Sedalia, CO.

EMERGENCY? CALL 911. Not to be used without first talking about Personal Processing with a therapist, spiritual director, or friend you like and trust, someone who knows you well.


This is a brief introduction to a technique, a way of meditating, developed by a very well known and influential psychotherapist, the late Dr. Robert Langs, MD. What Dr. Langs called “self-analysis” and later “self-processing” and that we are now calling Personal PrOcessing, is a way to access (Observe) your HP, what Langs called “your deep unconscious wisdom system.” It could be called self-directed psychotherapy.

 Personal Processing is used, in the context of: (1) your 11th step (for more about the12-steps see www.AA.org); and (2) the algorithm very widely used in the military and business, the OODA Loop:

According to John Boyd, decision-making occurs in a recurring cycle of Observe–Orient–Decide–Act. 

An entity (whether an individual or an organization) that can process this cycle quickly, observing and reacting to unfolding events more rapidly than an opponent, can thereby "get inside" the opponent's decision cycle and gain the advantage. As John Boyd explained:

“The second O, Orient—is the repository of our genetic heritage, cultural tradition, and previous experiences—is the most important part of the O-O-D-A loop since it shapes the way we observe, the way we decide, the way we act.”


Adapted from Wikipedia article, 

www.Wikipedia.org/OODA_Loop 

There are many types of psychotherapy, each with its own approach. The type of psychotherapy that's right for you depends on your individual situation. Psychotherapy is also known as talk therapy, counseling, psychosocial therapy or, simply, therapy. (Note: some call it “care of the soul.”)

Psychotherapy can be helpful in treating most mental health problems, including:

  • Anxiety disorders, such as obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), phobias,
  • panic disorder or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Mood disorders, such as depression or bipolar disorder
  • Addictions, such as alcoholism, drug dependence or compulsive gambling
  • Eating disorders, such as anorexia or bulimia
  • Personality disorders, such as borderline personality disorder or dependent personality disorder

Not everyone who benefits from psychotherapy is diagnosed with a mental illness. Psychotherapy can help with a number of life's stresses and conflicts that can affect anyone. For example, it may help you:

  • Resolve conflicts with your partner or someone else in your life
  • Relieve anxiety or stress due to work or other situations
  • Cope with major life changes, such as divorce, the death of a loved one or the loss of a job
  • Learn to manage unhealthy reactions, such as road rage or passive-aggressive behavior
  • Come to terms with an ongoing or serious physical health problem, such as diabetes, cancer or long-term chronic pain
  • Recover from physical or sexual abuse or witnessing violence
  • Cope with sexual problems, whether due to a physical or psychological cause
  • Sleep better, if you have trouble getting to sleep or staying asleep (insomnia)

In some cases, psychotherapy can be as effective as medications, such as antidepressants. However, depending on your specific situation, psychotherapy alone may not be enough to ease the symptoms of a mental health condition. You may also need medications or other treatments.

Generally, there's little risk in having psychotherapy. But because it can explore painful feelings and experiences, you may feel emotionally uncomfortable at times. However, any risks are minimized by working with a skilled therapist who can match the type and intensity of therapy with your needs.

Adapted from Mayo Clinic, see

www.MayoClinic.org 


Robert Joseph Langs M.D.  (June 30, 1928 – November 8, 2014) was a psychiatrist,  psychotherapist and psychoanalyst, the author, co-author, and editor of more than forty books on psychotherapy and human psychology. 

Over the course of more than fifty years, Robert Langs developed a revised version of psychotherapy, currently known as the “adaptive paradigm”

… By working through the evolutionary and communicative problems, he came to believe that the evolutionary selection processes favors minds which are prone to death denial, since the alternative appeared to be facing potentially overwhelming anxiety over the inevitability of death…

… Langs’ own model of the mind accommodates elements from each of Freud's models while articulating something new. Langs distinguishes between the "unconscious" (or "superficial unconscious") and the "deep unconscious". 

The "unconscious" or "superficial unconscious" mind—the descriptor "superficial" denoting a contrast with "deep," not a value judgment—is a part of a complex conscious mental system with its own laws of functioning and its own form of  communication. The latter, according to Langs, communicates in terms of encoded derivatives, in part because straightforward conscious communication about death-related traumas would be too difficult to bear. 

Hence the work of the adaptive therapist includes learning to hear the encoded derivative communications both to discover the sources of psychic conflict which arise from the diverse points of view the conscious and unconscious systems have on life events, with a specific focus on death anxiety and death-related traumas and, second, to obtain encoded validation of therapeutic interventions.… 

Langs wrote a number of popular texts and books for clients rather than for therapists. Among these are popular texts on dreams and on unconscious communication, a workbook designed to measure the value of one's psychotherapist, and a book on doing self-analysis. Langs also published books about his self-processing classes.

The above adapted from Wikipedia article: “Robert Langs.”


Pocket Guide for

Personal Processing.


1.  Bring to mind an emotional narrative.

*Your dream, daydream or story. 

*A fairy tale, movie, book or news item.

2.  Repeat the narrative, as themes (topics in story) and triggers (memory of emotional events) to emerge.


3.  Associate a strong theme with a strong trigger


4.  Allow a surprising insight to emerge


5,  Validate the surprising insight:

a. Make up a story/ day dream.

b. If joyful, take as validation of insight.     

c. If negative (desolation), repeat process.

6.  Pivot: Re-O(rient), new OODA Loop.



Questions? Call (303)861-1447

John Wren by appointment only.

 Small Business Chamber of Commerce, Inc. 1881 Buchtel Blvd. #501, Denver, CO 80210

www.SmallBizChamber.org  (303)861-1447



Personal Psycodynamic Processing: 

Dr. Robert Langs’ “Decoding Your Daydreams” Made Simple.

Monday, October 05, 2020

"What is a Franklin Circle" handout for talk.

Associated we can accomplish more than in isolation. Ben Franklin


What is a Franklin Circle?


Experience keeps a dear School, but Fools will learn in no other, and scarce in that. We may give Advice, but we cannot give Conduct. They that won’t be counseled can’t be helped. If you will not hear Reason, She’ll surely rap your Knuckles. Poor Richard.

 

In 1727 Benjamin Franklin formed his more Ingenious Acquaintances into a club for mutual improvement, which they eventually called the Junto. Each meeting had two parts: 1)  In rotation, each member was to, as Franklin said, “produce and read an Essay of his own writing on any subject he pleased.” 2) In addition, the group addressed Franklin’s 24 Standing Queries or Questions for Discussion, which we have edited down to 7.  Franklin’s original Junto Group met each week for 35 years, and Franklin called it “the best school,” it having helped him and the others learn to become successful business people and civic leaders. Training Magazine has cited Franklin’s Junto as an example of the best principles of modern adult education. The Franklin Circle may be Franklin’s best invention!

 

         Franklin Circle Model Meeting  Format (to be modified by groups.)

                Individuals Associated can do more for society, and themselves, than they can in isolation. Benjamin Franklin

Guidelines:

1.        This model meeting is for people who might like the benefits of a Franklin Circle..

2.        Membership is usually limited to 12 people interested in similar learning topics. Split up today?

3.         Proceedings of the group are intended to be confidential but no guarantee, of course.

4.        All those in attendance subscribe to the Questions for Members, (these modified by each group.)

5.        Discussion will center on the Standing Queries, (again, modified) below. Time kept by the chair.

6.        The member recognized by chair will control the floor.

7.        One of those attending will read a paper or make a presentation at each meeting (this for today.).

8.        Groups take no position on outside issues or candidates. We seek to inform, not reform.

9.        Impolite behavior or violation of these guidelines shall be fined by a simple majority vote

             10.       Such money may be used to help celebrate Ben Franklin’s birthday each January 17.


Questions for Members (Answered in unison at the beginning of each meeting. Modified by each group)

1.        Do you have any unresolved differences with any member present. NO

2.        Do you believe any person should be harmed because of his opinions or religion? NO

3.        Do you love truth for truth’s sake? Will you endeavor to find it yourself and communicate it? YES

Standing Queries (Answered by each member in turn. Modified by each group.)

1.        Have you read over these queries this morning to consider what you might have to offer the group?

2.        Have you read, heard, or seen anything that might be helpful if communicated?

3.        Who has failed or done well, and what were the causes?

4.        Can you think of anything at present in which members may be serviceable?

5.        Can the group or anyone in it do anything to be of assistance to you?

6.        Is there any matter of opinion, of justice, or injustice, which you would have discussed at this time?

7.        Do you see anything amiss in the present proceedings of our group which might be amended?


 

Training Magazine, “What We Know for Sure About Adult Learning,” June, 1995.

Malcolm Knowles, Self-Directed Learning—A Guide for Learners & Teachers,  Josey-Bass, 1975.

Benjamin Franklin, Autobiography, Yale University Press, 1964. (Best annotated edition.)

H.W. Brands, The First American—The Life and Times of Benjamin Franklin, Doubleday, 2000.

Ronald K Esplin,  MA Thesis, Franklin’s Colleagues and Their Club: the Junto.. Uof VA, 1979.

 

A celebration of Ben Franklin’s birthday is planned for each January 17. How may we help you? If you’d like this free presentation repeated for your organization, if you want help to start a new group with your more Ingenious Acquaintances, or if you’d like to join one of our SBCC Franklin Circles contact us. (720)495-4949. 


Today’s presentation “How to revive your club, association or chamber,” is a free service of your

Small Business Chamber of Commerce, Inc. www.SmallBizChamber.org Questions? (303)861-1447


Saturday, October 03, 2020

Why you feel what you feel | Alan Watkins | TEDxOxford

Understanding why you feel what you feel is one of the most important aspects of human development. After understanding comes control. When you control your emotions through vertical development, you can be more successful and happy. We’ve all seen adults behave like children and ‘throw their toys out of the pram’ if they don’t get their way. An inability to control emotions prevents us from growing up and becoming mature successful human beings. Dr. Alan Watkins, founder of Complete Coherence, introduces the key phases of human development and explains why poor emotional control is holding back progress. He asks us to imagine a world where we never have to feel anything we don’t want to feel; where we have complete control of what we feel and when we feel it. Emotions meet technology in a new app (Universe of Emotions). Taking us on a journey around this Universe, Dr Watkins explains how we can choose our own emotional ‘planetary’ address and live happier and more fulfilled lives. Alan Watkins is CEO and founder of leadership consultancy, Complete Coherence. He is recognized as an international expert on leadership and human performance. Dr Watkins has a broad mix of commercial, academic, scientific and technological abilities. Over the past 18 years he has been a coach to many of Europe’s top business leaders and has helped companies treble share price, enter the FTSE 100, salvage difficult turnarounds and establish market leadership in their industry. He has written five books and numerous peer reviewed scientific articles. He advised the GB Olympic squad prior to London 2012 and is working with them leading up to Rio in 2016. He has three degrees and is a neuroscientist by background.

Friday, September 25, 2020

CDC Excess Death Chart

Seems to me this puts excess deaths, those over and above how many were expected to die of other causes, into a true perspective. Why isn't it ever used by the media?

Saturday, September 19, 2020

History of USA Wildfire Policy Since 1905.

Why no mention of very poor policy decisions that have created this problem, climate change aside? Read this abstract,...

Posted by John S Wren on Saturday, September 19, 2020

Saturday, September 12, 2020

Tuesday, September 08, 2020

In this election, don't just settle.

 

New! Vote+

Quantum Voting for Elections When You Can’t Decide.


Quantum computers are more powerful because bits aren’t just one or zero. With Vote+, a new way to vote, you aren’t forced to pick just one candidate or another. 


Whether you like both candidates so much you can’t decide, or whether you dislike both candidates so much you can’t decide, you don’t have to just settle for one or the other, and you can send a big message.


Here’s how it works:


  1. You get your paper ballot and vote in the normal way.
  2. In the race you want to use Vote+ because in your eyes the candidates are either equally good or bad vote for both on the paper ballot or vote for neither.
  3. Both blank means you dislike both and can’t vote for either.
  4. Both marked means you like both/all candidates equally.


The benefit of Vote+


  1. It encourages more people to vote since they have a way of expressing their faith in our country and believe that both/all candidates will do a good job.
  2. It also encourages more people to vote because it gives them a way to express their extreme displeasure with both/all candidates.


Only works with paper ballots.

Sunday, September 06, 2020

New Online eFranklin Circles now forming:

Associated we can accomplish more than in isolation. Ben Franklin


What is a Franklin Circle?


Experience keeps a dear School, but Fools will learn in no other, and scarce in that. We may give Advice, but we cannot give Conduct. They that won’t be counseled can’t be helped. If you will not hear Reason, She’ll surely rap your Knuckles. Poor Richard.

 

In 1727 Benjamin Franklin formed his more Ingenious Acquaintances into a club for mutual improvement, which they eventually called the Junto. Each meeting had two parts: 1)  In rotation, each member was to, as Franklin said, “produce and read an essay of his own writing on any subject he pleased.” 2) In addition, the group addressed Franklin’s 24 Standing Queries or Questions for Discussion, which we have edited down to 7.  Franklin’s original Junto Group met each week for 35 years, and Franklin called it “the best school,” it having helped him and the others learn to become successful business people and civic leaders. Training Magazine has cited Franklin’s Junto as an example of the best principles of modern adult education. The Franklin Circle may be Franklin’s best invention!

 

         Franklin Circle Model Meeting  Format (to be modified by each new group.)

                Individuals Associated can do more for society, and themselves, than they can in isolation. Benjamin Franklin

10 Guidelines:

1.  This model meeting is for people who might like the benefits of a Franklin Circle..

2.   Membership is usually limited to 12 people interested in similar learning topics. 

Tonight! 1st Sunday at University of Denver. PLEASE SHARE

Saturday, September 05, 2020

Help stop negative campaigning!

 

Tuesday, August 25, 2020

Socrates Cafe on One Page.

 


INVITATION

 


Tuesday, August 25, 2020

LISTEN! Ben Franklin had a good relationship with every religious institution in Philadelphia. Shall we discuss this tonight? Everyone reading this is invited to the Socrates Cafe that usually meets at Denver Trinity Church, for now online, check it out: http://Meetup.com/Socrates-Cafe-Society
I'll start tonight by talking about my weak faith...

Monday, August 24, 2020

Were you part of a start at DU?

 If the University of Denver was important to something you started, I'd very much like to talk with you.

DU was critically important for me when I started the first meeting of what we now call the IDEA Cafe Startup Workshop over 20 years ago and what we now call the Small Business Chamber of Commerce, Inc.

I'm writing an article about what has started at DU since it was founded, with the focus first on what's started in the last 50 some years since I graduated. My hope is that what I write will be worthy of publication in the Clarion and/or the DU magazine.

Please forward this along to anyone you know who might be willing to share their DU startup story with me.

Thanks!

John Wren, DU BA'69 MBA'80 (303)861-1447

Wednesday, August 19, 2020

CEO Outlook

The Wall Street Journal/Vistage Small Business CEO Survey is intended to reveal insights on the sentiment of U.S. CEOs and small-business owners from a broad range of industries.

It is limited to the heads of firms with annual revenues ranging from $1 million to $20 million. Respondents represent a random sampling out of a universe of members of Vistage International, a peer advisory organization for CEOs and senior-level executives based in San Diego.

...

Saturday, August 01, 2020

cc: Socrates Cafe Society Membership Mailing

John S Wren (Organizer) sent a message to the Socrates Cafe Society mailing list
Socrates Cafe

August 1, 2020

Dear Socrates Cafe Society Member,

1.  We've just now (4:05 p.m.) changed the link for Zoom for this afternoon's meeting. We've set it so no password is needed, you will be admitted from the Zoom waiting room that you will enter when you click the link. At least that's what is supposed to happen.

2.  In case you have any problem today, I suggest two things: first, join me at 6:15 p.m. for the "meeting before the Socrates Cafe," informal conversation that very often yields a great topic when we meet face to face; and second, if you have any problem please text me on (720)495-4949, ok?

3.  Our Socrates Cafe Society has been and continues to be sponsored by the Small Business Chamber of Commerce, Inc, which also sponsors other activities believe to achieve the purpose of strengthening the voice of the grassroots, the average person, in business and politics.

4.  If you haven't already you might want to join the SBCC while it's still free. It's fast and free, just "Visit Group" on the SBCC Facebook Page, you are taken there when you click on www.SmallBizChamber.org

5. Another project of the SBCC that has gotten off to a slow start is Wren College of Social Learning, "We teach to learn." The intention is to use the Internet to connect neighbors where we work and where we live by recruiting and training volunteers to start Socrates Cafes. To be invited to an information session fill out the very, very short application on www.WrenCollage.org

If you are a member of SBCC please make sure you have posted an introduction of yourself and what you do, and update it whenever there is major news about yourself or any business or other organization that you own or support with your time and money. I'll be posting more about myself and SBCC there soon. "Visit Group" and join us if you haven't already, www.SmallBizChamber.org

If you are starting in a new direction with your work, starting a new career, a new project or campaign, or a new business, or if you want to start up something new, join us any Friday for the SBCC IDEA Cafe Startup Workshop. www.Meetup.com/Small-Biz-Chamber. It's free and open to everyone, we just ask that you bring your brain for the brainstorming.

If you need and want help, never hesitate to call the SBCC Hotline. Right now all calls are being taken by John Wren. Also call if you'd be willing to have the calls call forwarded to you for a few hours each month, also call if you'd like to be on the list of volunteers willing to help those who call us. Call 24/7 (303)861-1447. All calls are returned, but it may take a while. In a medical or other emergency first call 911, of course. Call SBCC Hotline at (303)861-1447

Please Note: If you hit "REPLY", your message will be sent to everyone 
Meetup

Friday, July 31, 2020

Be who? Do what next? How may I help?

Feast Day of St. Ignatius of Loyola
July 31, 2020

Dear Friends,

Let's all take a few minutes today to reflect on where we are now, where we have been, where are we going, and what are the next few steps, as far as we can see through the fog.

For me, what I see 5 years or so out is to Recover America with a healthy small group in every neighborhood, every neighborhood where we work, and every neighborhood where we live. 

Right now I'm recruiting students for the Franklin Circle Online that is forming right now, and I'm recruiting faculty who want to form a new Franklin Circle in their neighborhood.

Next step: IDEA Cafe this afternoon and Socrates Cafe at University of Denver, both online for right now (see post below.)

Why? My hope is to play a small part in restoring the vitalism and dynamism to the economy, to Recover America by strengthening grassroots, the voices of the informed and involved common person.

How may I help you? Right now, while it's on your mind, call me. I'd hate for us to miss this chance to work together.

John Wren
(303)861-1447

Can we hear what you think?

Big Tech-- Monopoly same with bits and bytes as it is with atoms?" Possible topic at Socrates Cafe at the University of Denver? For now online, rsvp for link, HTTP://Meetup.com/Socrates-Cafe-Society A Project of Wren College, the Educational Division of Wren College. COME TEACH WITH US! HTTP://www.WrenCollege.org

Friday, July 24, 2020

Zoom. Help!

Friday, July 24, 2020

Dear friend,

We had trouble with Zoom again tonight. I'm very sorry for anyone who tried to get into our LoDo Socrates Cafe and wasn't able to join us.

I'm going to continue trying to learn Zoom, maybe it was me, I suppose that is possible. But whether tonight was me or not it's clear to me that I must have help.

I'm going to find 1) an expert, probably paid, who I can rely on for computer advice for myself, the Small Business Chamber of Commerce, Inc (if you haven't joined yet, do so while it's still free, just "Visit Group" on our Facebook Page www.SmallBizChamber.org) and 2) I'm going to form a data committee for the SBCC.

The US Marine Corps has changed the basic structure of Marine Platoon, it now includes computer/telecommunications expertise, and it seems that's our big lack here with what I've been trying to do here in Denver for the past few years.

Also, I need to find a mortgage broker who can help me finance a single family home, please call me with the name and cell phone number of anyone you know who you'd recommend. Again, sorry for the trouble again tonight with Zoom.

John S. Wren
www.JohnWren.com
www.SmallBizChamber.org
1881 Buchtel Blvd. #501
Denver, CO 80210
(303)861-1447

Wednesday, July 22, 2020

Socrates Cafe, a fun way for all ages to learn. Come think with us.

Each week I facilitate 3 meetings of Socrates Cafe. For now, we are meeting online. They are free and open to everyone.

I organized and facilitated the first Socrates Cafe here in Denver over 20 years ago and I've been helping start new meetings ever since.

There are 3 Socrates Cafes I go to for my own benefit each week. I'm interested in them because 1) they are fun, and 2) they give me a chance to practice my critical thinking, my listening skills, and my ability to express myself.

Recent research shows Socrates Cafes are a good way for the generations to spend an hour together in a way that includes everyone, more and more nursing homes and rehab facilities are scheduling meetings for clients and encouraging clients to organize a session with family and friends.

If you'd like to know more about Socrates Cafes I suggest you attend one now while they are online. You might also find it helpful to read Chris Phillip's book "Socrates Cafe."

Here are the 3 meetings I'm usually leading right now each week here in Denver that are for now meeting online, click for more information and to rsvp:

Tuesdays, Denver Trinity Church
Fridays, LoDo Denver
Saturdays, University of Denver

Monday, July 20, 2020

Best chart for true perspective of Covid-19 deaths: